Market Summary
November 2015
After an ugly August and September, markets had a sharp reversal, and sustained, ironically, by a much worse than expected jobs report in mid-October.

The Dow and S&P 500 had made up most of their negative year by the end of the month. With this upward move also came a reversal in the trend lines we follow closely. After months of a downward trending market, which caused us to lighten up considerably in equities, we once again have an upward trending market. While there is some cause for concern on the swiftness of this reversal, discipline dictates we begin getting heavier in equities once again, which we have.

As for why a bad jobs report would be positive to stock markets? This market is and has been a Fed driven market, either by outright stimulus money or by stimulus via a low interest rate environment. A bad jobs report lends to the idea that the Fed will not raise interest rates in December, thus keeping the stimulus in play, consequently encouraging institutions, managers, pensions and individual investors to keep buying stocks.
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Market Summary Continued
For now, all we can do is wait to see what happens. While we have added equities, we do expect some sort of pullback in November, at least the first part of November, due to the market run up in October, creating an overbought condition. Once that settles, all eyes will be on the Fed meeting in December.

It has been our contention all year that we would not see rates go up in 2015, and we will stick to that prediction. However, our prediction is not set in stone, and the Fed could surprise us. Remember, just because rates could be raised, it will likely be a very small bump up. While there may be an initial shock to equity markets, we don't expect it to be anything more than an initial short term shock.

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